On this special Your Call segment, we'll discuss what the strike means in the context of other teacher strikes and the ongoing needs of public schools.
After a week on strike, Los Angeles teachers and the district have agreed to a new contract. It includes an immediate 6 percent raise for teachers, an at least seven-student reduction in all high school math and English classes, and consideration by the school board of a non-binding resolution urging the state legislature to limit the expansion of charter schools.
Eric Heins, president of the California Teachers Association
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